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Webinar on art conservation science

From: Walter Henry <consdist-request>
Date: Monday, July 31, 2006
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Webinar on art conservation research
(FTIR, Raman, XRF Spectroscopy)
Seminar Date: August 9, 2006
11:30am EST

Infrared, Raman and X-Ray Spectroscopy are among the most widely
used techniques for artifact analysis and archaeometry.
Non-destructive analytical sampling techniques are required for art
historians, museum conservators and scientists who try to
characterize the attribution of the historical period and
genuineness of an artifact.

Join our webinar to learn more about our products that can help
achieve your art conservation, preservation and authentication
goals.

Register for our free Webinar:

    <URL:https://brukeroptics.webex.com/
        brukeroptics/j.php?ED=93385497&RG=1>

Seminar Topics:

FT-IR and Raman Microscopes for Art Conservation

    Nondestructive microsampling analytical techniques, such as
    Infrared and Raman Microscopy is becoming popular among art
    historians, museum conservators, and scientists who try to
    characterize the attribution of the historical period and
    genuineness of an artifact. Join our webinar to discover our
    full range of infrared and Raman spectroscopy based solutions
    for the art conservation research.

Portable XRF analysis for Art Conservation

    Bruker AXS' ARTAX portable micro-XRF spectrometer is designed to
    meet the requirements for a spectroscopic analysis of unique and
    valuable objects on site, i.e. in archeometry and art history.

For more information, please visit:

    <URL:http://www.brukeroptics.com/
        applications/art_conservation.html>

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